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Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: b_sacamano] #2909473
02/06/19 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted By: b_sacamano
These have a bit of rocker, right? Christenson Australia has been making much shorter ones (5'-6' range). I imagine they probably work better in the waves in Northern NSW than a short one would in California.


Yes, here’s a rocker shot.


Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: The_El] #2909519
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Looks magic. CC's boards are unreal. I think I need a 6'10 long fish.

Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: The_El] #2909745
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Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: dan2ft] #2909787
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Here’s another review
Nautilus Review

Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: patrolman] #2909793
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Originally Posted By: patrolman
Curious to know how far up the middle fin is from the tips of the swallows. Looks more than the standard 3.5" - 4". A tighter fin cluster?


Center fin 5” from the tips of the swallows.

Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: The_El] #2911516
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Very close to pulling the trigger on this. Wondering how this would compare to the the Tim Stamps Indo Fish.

Thoughts anyone?

Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: three_rolled] #2911656
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Finally got to ride my Nautilus in clean playful shoulder high surf. It worked really well, paddles great, gets me in to waves early, feels soo smooth, flies through sections. Such an easy board to ride, I clicked with it right away, feels stable yet maneuverable, confidence inspiring, will be a great winter board for me. In the water I forgot it was riding a 6’4, felt smaller, I had no issues duck diving, the extra foam was a plus in paddling and getting into waves, I got way less tired, had a blast!

Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: sdhobbs] #2911807
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Originally Posted By: sdhobbs
Finally got to ride my Nautilus in clean playful shoulder high surf. It worked really well, paddles great, gets me in to waves early, feels soo smooth, flies through sections. Such an easy board to ride, I clicked with it right away, feels stable yet maneuverable, confidence inspiring, will be a great winter board for me. In the water I forgot it was riding a 6’4, felt smaller, I had no issues duck diving, the extra foam was a plus in paddling and getting into waves, I got way less tired, had a blast!


Sounds pretty rad. What your height/weight?


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Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: ZeeHawk] #2911863
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Originally Posted By: sdhobbs
Finally got to ride my Nautilus in clean playful shoulder high surf. It worked really well, paddles great, gets me in to waves early, feels soo smooth, flies through sections. Such an easy board to ride, I clicked with it right away, feels stable yet maneuverable, confidence inspiring, will be a great winter board for me. In the water I forgot it was riding a 6’4, felt smaller, I had no issues duck diving, the extra foam was a plus in paddling and getting into waves, I got way less tired, had a blast!


Sounds pretty rad. What your height/weight?


5’7 150lbs, my daily is a 5’8 Stamps GX or a 5’6 VS Shadow. I’m used to small boards, so going up to a 6’4 was pretty big jump, it’s my step up but was hoping it would also work average conditions which it does without feeling huge, stoked!

Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: The_El] #2911875
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I like this. A fish and a Nautilus sound like a good 1-2 combo.


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Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: sdhobbs] #2912150
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Originally Posted By: sdhobbs
Finally got to ride my Nautilus in clean playful shoulder high surf. It worked really well, paddles great, gets me in to waves early, feels soo smooth, flies through sections. Such an easy board to ride, I clicked with it right away, feels stable yet maneuverable, confidence inspiring, will be a great winter board for me. In the water I forgot it was riding a 6’4, felt smaller, I had no issues duck diving, the extra foam was a plus in paddling and getting into waves, I got way less tired, had a blast!


That sounds rad. I've been intrigued by this shape and others like it for a while now. Sometimes I just want to ride a board that is chill and easy to ride but if it can't turn I know I'll never ride it. I do wonder how it would compare to Stamps Indo Fish. I dunno if I've even read of anyone owning one of those, might have to go digging.

Re: Christenson Nautilus ride reports [Re: The_El] #2912171
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They look like a fishy shape for guys that ride hpsb's the majority of the time.


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